Do you love your neighbors?
Sometimes praying for our leaders is not quite as easy as it seems.
It’s always time to pray. Now it’s time to vote.
As President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney made last-minute appeals to voters in key states on Monday, new polls forecast a down-to-the-wire election with both sides claiming they have the momentum to win.
An abortion center in Falls Church, Va., bragged to supporters about not letting Superstorm Sandy shut it down despite two inches of water in its surgery room.
Sociologists from Brigham Young University and Rice University found religiously-affiliated youth are 40 percent more likely to graduate high school than their unaffiliated peers and 70 percent more likely to enroll in college.
I’m not going to tell anyone who to vote for as the Scriptures leave that decision to the liberty of each individual’s conscience. But . . .
On Tuesday we must vote through the filter of the morals and values by which we live. Your decision will come down to this: Which man most closely stands for what I stand for?
During a question/answer session at a recent conference, I was asked, "What are the three things most important to having an effective and open ‘front door’ to the church?"
A Maryland ballot initiative to legalize same-sex marriage has lost steam.
Yes, yes greed is a problem. But its cousin envy is more insidious.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood-majority government continues to debate the phrasing used while drafting its new constitution, which will more than likely have sharia (Islamic law) as its foundation.
- November 04, 2012 |
Parenting Advice Regarding Video Games for Your Child
On what did Thomas Jefferson base the Declaration of Independence? The authors of the Founders' Bible want you to believe it was the Bible.
The Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit Wednesday on behalf of a student who found her right to distribute pro-life literature restricted by Louisiana State University.
When God judges a nation, he simply lets sin take its natural course.
In contrast to a recent survey finding respondents in 21 countries around the world favor President Obama over Mitt Romney by a significant margin, a new opinion poll in Israel suggests that Jews in that country would be much happier to see the Republican candidate win.
- November 02, 2012 |
A majority of regular churchgoers say their pastor has discussed the importance of voting, while 29 percent say their pastor has taken sides, in sermons, in the presidential race.
- November 02, 2012 |